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Presenting the War Room

From last week’s “must win” edition of the War Room to this week’s “now what?” War Room we talk about a drastic move to change the culture of the program, the latest on recruiting and much more.

More details of what is inside:

  • Sitting at 1-3, Dan Weber says that USC needs to do something major to get back on the right track.
  • USC’s recruiting angle on Loganville (Ga.) Grayson five-star athlete De’Angelo Gibbs.
  • Westlake Village (Calif.) junior quarterback and USC commit Matt Corral did something on social media this week that got the attention of Trojan fans.
  • An interesting anomaly in the scholarship math with one of USC’s current blueshirt players.
  • One out of state player looks to switch to the other side of the ball after the season.
  • One player had a simple solution as to how the Trojans can close out games better on defense.
  • Plus plenty more!

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